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Old 02-24-2018, 11:08 AM   #1
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anybody have a thought on coconut flour...good choice or bad

coconut flour[no carbs] thought about adding a couple cups to oatmeal cookies tweaked for diabetic type muffins for the protein/fat per scoop.....any suggestions are helpful thanks
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Old 02-24-2018, 12:55 PM   #2
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My experience with it says that it's number 1 use is as a gluten free binder in recipes.
recipes seem to convert ok but our pastry chef will always tweak the actual measures to compensate for its use.

The additional protein is a plus but its not as potent as adding whey protein powder.

We also find that using it in applications like bread and crusts you need to adjust oven temp as the coconut flour browns easier than wheat flour.

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A cup serving (or about 28 g.) of coconut flour has roughly (5):

120 calories
4 grams of fat
4 grams protein
10 grams of fiber
16 grams carbohydrates
2 grams of sugar
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I see there are carbs in it , I thought it might be good to add to oatmeal protein muffins
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